The East Coast Migrant Head Start Project (ECMHSP) contacted me in 2005 after having seen my work at RCMA. They had been awarded an expansion grant for 6 centers in the South East and wanted to be sure that their investment created the best environment for their families and children. They had unique requirements including land donated by growers that didn't particularly want permanent buildings on their land, a fairly quick design and build timetable, and a mobile and changing labor force that depended on crops for their livelihood. I designed a solution combining all steel modular classrooms and custom designed roofs and decks to connect them together. This resulted in a relatively quick construction process and a cost effective solution to providing child care for the children of the growers critical harvesting force. The growers liked the idea. What's not to like! Most growers are sympathetic to the needs of their labor but are frustrated at the roadblocks the Federal and Local governments put in their way to provide even the most basic housing and child care provisions. We built 6 centers in 4 years in rural areas of the SE united states and, say what you will, this improved the lives of both the labor and the growers in ways that are incalculable.